Singapore Airlines has become the first international airline to operate Airbus A380 services into India since the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) agreed to lift restrictions on the aircraft in January. The airline will commence operations May 30, with up to 2X-daily (28 weekly flights) into Mumbai and Delhi. The A380 scheduled operations will replace existing Boeing 777 flights from Singapore. January’s DGCA decision lifted the original 2011 restriction applied to the ...

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